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  1. Calling all Edge 12V electrical gurus. I need some help finding a circuit on the Edge to use to control one of the features I want to incorporate into my new Vertical LED Daytime Running Lights. I need a circuit to trigger my controller unit to turn off the main DRL LEDs when my amber turn signal light guide is activated. I want the DRL LEDs to remain off during the entire turn signal cycle. I know that I can tie into the actual turn signal wire leading to the parking light bulb, but all that will do is turn the DRL LEDs off when the parking light bulb flashes on. I don't want the white and amber LEDs to alternate back and forth, because the glare from the white LEDs will diminish the impact of the amber LEDs. When the turn signal stalk is activated, there has to be a circuit that stays energized until the turn signal is deactivated, right? I want to tap my controller trigger wire into this continuously energized circuit so the DRL LEDs are switched off until the turn signal circuit is de-energized. Here are the Edge fuse box diagrams & charts as well as the lighting sequence layout I want to use on my lights. Any and all input will be appreciated!